PAUL Mitry walks us through the matchups in week two of the four nations.
THE Newcastle Knights have launched their 2012 Membership and set the target to secure 20,000 Members to make it the number one supported Club by Ticketed Members in the NRL.
LONDON'S only Super League Club today announced the rebranding of the club to London Broncos Rugby League with a new kit, colour scheme and overall look and feel.
KIWIS captain Benji Marshall and Vodafone Warriors player Shaun Johnson were both acknowledged for their stellar performances during the 2011 year at the NZRL Awards held at the Raye Freedman Arts Centre in Epsom tonight.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have retained the services of Michael Lett for 2012 while centre/winger Luke MacDougall and prop James Gavet have also come on board ahead of the official start to pre-season training today.
WESTS Tigers regret to announce the passing of Balmain Tigers legend, Len Killeen, who died, aged 72, last Friday in South Africa.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have appointed Dave Warwick as the Club's new Recruitment and Development manager for NRL season 2012 and beyond.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels will get straight into the
WE take a quick look at the news from the NRL and rugby league over the last few days...
SAM Tomkins turned boos into cheers, with a four try haul to help England overcome Wales 42-4 in front of 10,377 fans at Leigh Sports Village.
AUSTRALIA opened their four nations account on a high, defeating New Zealand 26-12 in the opening match of the 2011 4 Nations in front of 12,491 fans at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs Members have given season 2012 their early stamp of approval with the Club signing its 1000th Member for next year's NRL season, little more than three days after sales opened.
THE Toyota Cowboys' innovative Learn Earn Legend! Program is giving Indigenous students like Rosina Anau the chance to move straight into the workforce once they finish their schooling.
THE next group of young representative rugby league players from Cape York Peninsula have started a two-day camp in Weipa to prepare them for an exciting stage of their football careers.
PAUL Mitry looks at the first weekend of games in this year's Four Nations.